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deleting MX record also deletes indirect A, AAAA, and PTR records #130
Deleting a DNS record that is the target for MX records also deletes the A, AAAA, and PTR records for those systems that have the MX record.
foo IN A 10.0.0.1
Deleting the DNS record mail.example.com also deletes the A record for foo.
Hey Carlos, Just tested it. I ran a few test: 1 MX record pointing to mx.example.com 2 MX records pointing to mx.example.com 2 MX records and 1 CNAME pointing to mx.example.com Deleted mx.example.com for each above test and it resulted in only the expected records being deleted. Thanks for the prompt support!…
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